Hawker Beechcraft GCS and Travel Management sign contract

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Global Customer Support and Travel Management signs preferred fleet maintenance management contract and adds avionics installation agreement.

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Global Customer Support and Travel Management signs preferred fleet maintenance management contract and adds avionics installation agreement.

The Beechcraft Corporation and its aftermarket service and support organisation, Hawker Beechcraft Global Customer Support (GCS) have announced that its preferred fleet maintenance support agreement with Travel Management Company (TMC) has been in successful operation for the past six months and is expanding to include avionics installations.

The companies began operating under the preferred fleet maintenance support agreement in January of this year. Under the agreement, GCS provides TMC with depot-level maintenance at Hawker Beechcraft Services in Wilmington, as well as scheduled and unscheduled support at the entire network of factory-owned service centers.

“Our agreement with TMC has been in place since January of this year and has been an absolute success. In fact, it’s working so well that we are expanding our relationship,” said Christi Tannahill, senior vice president, Global Customer Support. “We’ve proven to TMC that our network’s expertise in pre-planning of maintenance events, as well as managing down time for optimum fleet utilization, allows their team to focus on flight operations. We’re proud to have earned the opportunity to be TMC’s preferred installation provider for Aircell’s Gogo Biz high-speed Internet service.”

GCS will install Aircell’s Gogo Biz high-speed Internet system in the majority of the charter operator’s Hawker 400XP aircraft. TMC began introducing high-speed Internet and ground-quality voice systems in the company’s fleet of Hawker 800XPs last year and plans to have Aircell installed across its fleet completed by October.

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